Please reload

Recent Posts

Cape Coast ecological diversity

May 15, 2020

Please reload

Featured Posts

Charity Auction Artworks

2 May 2019

The Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust is holding a Fundraising Dinner & Charity Auction on Thursday 23rd May 2017, and the following artworks are being presented for auction at the event.

Annabel Sinclair-Thomson, owner of Paper-Works Gallery, 268 Clifton Road, Te Awanga, in conjunction with David Grieve, has kindly curated this collection for auction and liaised with the artists involved for their support on behalf of the Trust.

The works are available to view in person prior to the event, anytime by appointment or during the gallery's normal opening hours - Thursday to Sunday 11am to 3pm. You can contact Annabel on +64274507517 or by email at


Dick Frizzel - First Kiss

Large screenprint from Frizzell’s “Kiss” series that pays tribute to the comic book hero “The Phantom”.



Dick Frizzel - Long Ride Home

Very large screenprint showing the silhouetted figure of comic book hero “The Phantom” astride a horse. Frizzell has often referenced the Phantom in his paintings and prints.


Paratene Matchitt - Armistice

Matchitt is known for combining traditional Maori artforms with those of modernist art. His work also references events from New Zealand's history, particularly the Maori prophetic movements of the 19th century and most specifically Te Kooti.


Andy King - Last Lick

Photograph of the iconic Cape Kidnappers peninsula.

"Shoot what moves you. Shun the familiar. Take the picture now, because in a second it will be gone forever. And never leave the house without a camera. The last point is the only one I seem to achieve with any regularity. But there we go." Andy King


Jo Blogg - Skull Mandala 3

Aiming to bring attention to important issues, such as environmental destruction and the impact of artificial products, Blogg creates whatever takes her fancy in whatever media fits her concept, be it paint, print, sculpture, found object or any combination thereof, usually with a good pinch of irony in the mix.


Fane Flaws - We Knocked the Bastard Off III

"We knocked the bastard off" is what Ed Hillary said to his good friend and fellow kiwi George Lowe upon his return from the summit of Everest.


Auction Bids in Absence

If you are unable to attend the auction in person, but would like to place a bid prior to the event, please email your contact details to





Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Follow Us
Search By Tags
Please reload

  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square


©2018 by Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust. Proudly created with